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coeval

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of coeval

  1. existing or occurring at the same period of time <two stars thought to be coeval because they have nearly the same mass and brightness> Synonyms coetaneous, contemporary, coexistent, coexisting, coextensive, coincident, coincidental, concurrent, contemporaneous, coterminous, simultaneous, synchronic, synchronousRelated Words accompanying, attendant, attending, concomitant, incidentAntonyms asynchronous, noncontemporary, nonsimultaneous, nonsynchronous




coeval

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of coeval

  1. a person who lives at the same time or is about the same age as another <somewhat surprisingly, Saint Patrick and Attila the Hun were coevals> Synonyms contemporaryRelated Words accompaniment, companion, concomitant; coordinate, counterpart, equal, equivalent, match, peer, rival




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